Category: Interviews

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2/3/16 John Feffer

John Feffer, director of Foreign Policy in Focus, discusses the “gray zone” – defined as predominately Christan places where Muslims have rejected the “us versus them” mentality of the Islamic State – and how these moderate Muslims are trapped between their increasingly hostile countrymen and the terrorism of ISIS that is designed to push everyone toward radicalism.

1/29/16 Stephen Zunes

Stephen Zunes, a professor of politics and coordinator of Middle Eastern Studies at the University of San Francisco, discusses Hillary Clinton’s apologists and their five lamest excuses for her vote to invade Iraq – the most disastrous foreign policy decision in decades.

1/28/16 David Kattenburg

David Kattenburg, a Winnipeg-based radio/web broadcaster and science educator, discusses “Israel’s lawyer” Dennis Ross’s November 2015 lecture at a Winnipeg Jewish Community Centre, where he talked up his new book and dismissed any notion of Israeli apartheid, ignored the occupation, and claimed a two-state solution is still viable.

1/25/16 David Krajicek

David Krajicek, a contributing editor of The Crime Report and co-editor of Crime & Justice News, discusses his article “America’s Guilt Mill” about the thousands of innocent Americans wrongfully convicted of “lesser” crimes, and why groups like the Innocence Project don’t help them get exonerated.

1/21/16 David Vine

David Vine, associate professor of anthropology at American University in Washington, D.C., discusses how the US’s “empire of bases,” spread across at least 147 countries, are being used by special operations forces to enforce and maintain hegemony across the Middle East and Africa.

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